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No i mean Regancrest-Mr Samuelo his full brother,Sam may be better than [sign in to see URL] has no daughters scored in Canada but his mace looks good +18 C 1560 M 2000 lpi hope he can maintain [sign in to see URL] is his calving ease.

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Beware of the Rudy bull. His proof screams out two words "Californian Wonder"!

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No i mean Regancrest-Mr Samuelo his full brother,Sam may be better than [sign in to see URL] has no daughters scored in Canada but his mace looks good +18 C 1560 M 2000 lpi hope he can maintain [sign in to see URL] is his calving ease.



I don't know. Couldn't find his calving ease on dairy bulls. He should be a selectsire, but on the homepage of select there is no word about him.
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Word is, that Mr Sam daughters are looking VERY impressive. Perhaps Bullpen can tell us more?
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I sure want to know everything about this two bulls. I guess these bulls are the only two intresting new sires from the augustproof.
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Word is, that Mr Sam daughters are looking VERY impressive. Perhaps Bullpen can tell us more?



apparently we can't get semen for a couple more months. He is Durham x Emory from Sher-Est Soup cow family.
He does look impressive. Just back from a weeks holiday- will find out more.

 

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Bullpen, i hope you had a good holiday. I like the look of Mainstream Magical, his brother is Starkey Merr Marathon who has a pretty good second crop proof, and I have milked a cracker. Are you going to market him? Have you any estimates on how he will progress? Shame about high cells
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  I like the look of Mainstream Magical, his brother is Starkey Merr Marathon who has a pretty good second crop proof, and I have milked a cracker.




  Like the look of this bull as well, at least he has decent milk and protein and is above 10kg fat unlike most of the aforementioned bulls. Looks to be the only Durham son that may be a sire of sons so far.

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Magical is dead, although I am told there could be some semen, probably at a daft price.

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Yes found out today, Select are not releasing Sam to us until back end. Here is his UK interbull proof:-

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